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FniCAY, CEPTEMUEn, 9, 1310.
THE CALUMET NEWS. . . , III HI .1 10 FACILITATE MAIL DELIVERY PRIVATE ' MAIL BOXES ALONG LINE OF FREE DELIVERY WILL BE ESTABLISHED IN CALUMET The Installation of jr!vato rceep-" taclcB fur mull .will .shortly bo re quested of all persona on iir, lino-' of free delivery, ami to the end of getting us many boxes as possible Installed, Postmaster C. J. Wlckstrom will not ify local residents regarding tho mat ter with a view to fuclllutlng the movement. Circulars will be posted suggesting; that easily acecsslglc boxes or suitable1 slots' cut In 'tho outer doors will 'en ablo moro. prompt and better delivery service to bo provided, will prevent the occasional necessity of a carrier proceeding on his route without tho de livery of tha mall In caso of delay In answering fils ring of tho bell, and obviate tbe necessity of the household er responding to tho carrier's cull at an Inconvenient moment. ' The circulars to bo sent out read as follows: "ly direction of tho postofflee de partment, the attention of this office is invited to the advantages of pro viding facilities for tho receipt of their mall by erecting accessible box es or cutting suitublo slots In their doors. Such action would enable the postmaster to give a more prompt and better delivery servlco with tho means at his disposal, since tho car riers cun cover much more territory In less time if not compelled to wait for an answer to their ring. Private receptacles for mall are also a great convenience to tho householder, ob 'viatlng the necessity of responding to the . carrier's call at Inconvenient mo ments and. permitting the safe deliv ery of mall In the absence of mem bers of the household. They also prevent the occasional necessity of a carrier proceeding on his route with out delivering mall because of fail ure to answer his ring within a rea sonable time, and enable him to make deliveries to patrons living on or near the end of tho route at an earlier hour. "It has been shown by actual ex perience that the benefits derived by patrons of city delivery from the use of such receptacles far outweigh the small cxpenso Involved. As this office is Interested in furnishing tho best possible service at tho least expense, your compliance with tho foregoing Buggestlons will be much appreciated." Provisions of such receptacles for mall has been niado compulsory In many cities of tho country, and In each Is stated to have resulted In a great betterment of tho service. With New Shows This Season LAURIUM STUNNING SUIT IN NOVEL MATERIAL. 1 X V I if . v - Mm ymiA FINE CONCERT AT In center, Marguerit Clark, who will bo seen this year In "The IUuc blrd," to bo presented at the New theuter. This fantastic und spec tacular play by Maeterlinck la highly praised by critics and Miss Clark as Tyltyl will appear at her best. Upper left, Jane Oaker, now appearing as Lorana de Castro in "Love Among the Lions" at tho Oarrlck theater. In this Miss Oaker succeeds In making herself a farcical heroine. With her appears A. K. Matthews, a new com- mcdlan to the American stage. He comes to the United Htates from Lon. don for tho first time. Upper right, Francis Carnwrlght, who last season played the title role in "The Dollar Irlnec8s" In London. Her New York production Is to be staged this fall, Lower left, Clara Llpman, now ap pearing In a new play called "Tho Marriage of a Star." in which sho has won much praise. Lower right, May ISuckley, who is to present this sea son "The Little Damozell." M'CUNE VICTIM OF FIRST FOOTBALL ACCIDENT HtRE Merrill .MeCunc. son of Rov. J. II. McCuno of the Tamarack, a member of tho Calumet high Bchool football squad, suBtalmnl a. broken collar bono whllo at practice with tho team yes terday ufternoon. McCuno - collided with another player during a scrim mage, reu neavuy on ih shoulder and sustained the frac ture. He will likely be out of the game for the rest of tho season, how ever, und his loss to tho team will bo considerable, as he was looked upon us a fast and reliable player. GAME PRESERVERS TO HOLD MEETING AT 0W0SS0 SOON IN THE JUSTICE COURTS. POLITICAL CLUB GROWING. . "A meeting of the' Hritlsh-Amerl-ean club Is to be called shortly for tho purpose of electing to member ship something like DO new members. Tho officers and others connected with the club, which was recently organized, have been working hard in Us Interests, as -shown by the large Increase In membership. An effort is also being made to in terest Scotchmen In the movement nnd It Is quite likely that at the meet ing to be held In the near future, a Scotch representation will attend. The club has been formed for the purpose of promoting clean politics among the English-speaking people. RED JACKET TAXES. Village Treasurer Tatrlck J. Hyan reported a total tax collection this morning of 10,000. Tho vlllago has sdll outstanding about $10,000. Treas urer Ilyan has been collecting the tax es only a little over a month, and the showing to date Is considered a good one. Tho examination' of Joseph Medved, charged with slander, was to have been heard In Justice Jackola's court this morning, but on the application of tho defendant, has been adjourned until Wednesday, September 21. ...Julia Kozla appeared before . Jus tice Jackola yesterday charging Es ther Kczha with assault and bat tery. The latter pleaded guilty nrd was fined $2 and costs. It appears, according to tho evidence, that the two women got into an altercation, and later spat In each other's face. Kalsu K. Alatalo brought com plaint yesterday ugalnst John P. Ala tala, charging assault and battery, before Justice Jackola. The defend ant was found guilty, and assessed $5 and costs. FINAL PICNIC MEETING. Tho Michigan association, object tho protection and propagation of fish and game, will hold a state meeting at Owotso, September 14. There will bo some noted speakers In the Held of llsh and game protection present, and a voost .je.Xicel.leut entertainment is promised by tho Owosso Sportsmehs' I Lute) Orleg. ROMSDAHL CONCERT COMPANY TO GIVE PRORAM SATURDAY EVENING NORWEGIAN "NIGHTINGALE" Considerable interest Is being man ifested In tho concert program to be given by the Itomsdahl Concert com pany, at the Laurlum M. K. church on Saturday evening. The Itomsdahl concert company Is composed of Miss Mildred Itomsdahl, daughter ot Hev. Komsduhl of tho Norwegian Lutheran church, and Instructor of vocal music at tho Fargo University and Miss Lil lian Constance Wright, pianist, and Instructor on the piano at the Fargo University. They will be assisted In the concert Saturday evening, by Mrs. C. I'. Van Dusen of Calumet, reader. Mits Mildred Homsdahl Is well known In Calumet, she having been born In this city. At an early age she became Interested In musical work and her natural talents In this direc tion uttracted considerable attention. After leaving Calumet, Miss Roms dahl gained a very enviable reputa tion as a vocalist, and has been fre quently called tho Norwegian "Night lrgale." i-'he has a very sweet soprano voice and all those who' heard her concert here a few years ago, look forward to . tho coming engagement with much pleasure. A fine program has been prepared for tho concert, it is as follows: Part 1 My Love Is Like the Red, Red Rose Hastings. Mother Mine Lours. Scene and Prayer (Her ITelschutz) Weber Songs Polonaise (Op. 50 No. 1) Chopin. Llebestraumo (No. 3) Liszt. Piano . .Mit Hllrto oir I.VMn Lvre KJIrulf. Det Forste Mode (My Heart and , &$ Pi i 1 ' ' '" Differences to numerous too i mention you'll notice here We want you to trade in this store and we wantj you to be satisfied with everthin you buy 'here. If you lave a kick of any kind coming to you, kick straight trt the boss, personally. Just come to us and ask. Give us a chance to make it right. Mistakes will happen, but .we. try in our buying to get for you merchandise that will serve you full value. . If you have never worn Stkix-Htjcii Sm:ap.T Clotiik.s we want to get you to try one suit. It you nave been used to high grade custom tailored clothes the only difference you will notice will be the price. If you have been wearing other makes of ready-to-wear clothes, the differances will be too numerous to mention. We have just unpacked a splendid lot of new fresh fall suits in the fabrics and shades of the season. CA-UMET HOUGHTON raac Quality and Popularity ES?SSf2ZZTv32SaSB3E3 cluO. "Preservation of Our IJlrds," will bi discussed by National Secretary Pearson of the Audubon society. "Some (lama Problems In Michi gan," will bo handled by tho C. K. ISrewster of tho federal government biological survey. "Gun Licenses In the Various States," is the subject of a talk by (leorgu W. Strell, editor of American Field. "The Future of Field Sports In America." will be discussed by Dwight W. Huntington, editor of the Ameri can Sportsman." "There will be present a number of other men of more or less note whose opinions and practical experience arc worth mini! to tho general cause. State Game Warden Charles S. Pierce will be there and will give his Ideas on what is needed. Fverv sportsman (by which Is Synnoves Song Love's First Meet' ing) Kjlrulf. VIdste Hu (Couldst Thou Hut Know) Warnnuth. , , Rending Selected Mrs. C. F. Van Dusen. Part II. Prelude Rachmanloff. Mcnuotto (Sonala Fmlnor) Grieg. If I Were a Uird Henselt. Piano,. Ich Liebe Well (I Love Thee) Holm. , My Rosary Nerln. Reading Selected Mrs. C. F. Van Dusen. . (,. Hcxentanz (Watches.' . Dance) Macl lowell. ! Impromptu Reinhold. Piano Samson nnd Dalila Saint Saens. Cry Aloud (Isaiah) Patten. A shade which would be blue If it were not green and would bo green If It were not suggestive of blue is developed in this fetching suit of ratine, the new roughly surfaced ma terial which seems destined to havo great vogue during the ensuing six months. The narrow skirt shows tho Inverted plait effect forming four panels which In turn ure banded with a bias piece of the same fabric. The diagonally closing jacket, while loose ly fitting, accurately defines the fig- the sleeves Bhow the oblong, in laid cuff, and tho shawl collar Is em bellished with the Egyptian embroid ery which has recently been Intro duced. Changeable green-blue velvet drapes tho crown of tho newest shape in flat turbans, which has a fur-bordered brim relieved by a pair of white dove wings. 1 i' 4" LAURIUM GRIEFS. J LAURIUM VILLAGE AFFAIRS. MR. SHEIRRY of TAGG BROS., Chicago Is at tho HOTEL MICHIGAN WITH A NEW LINE OF SHIRTINGS. The final meeting of the C. & II. miners' picnic committee has been called for tomorrow afternoon, to be held In the Red Jacket town hall. At this meeting the final accounting of the recent picnic will be made, and It Is expected that the several com mittees will have excellent reports to make. All of the business concerning the picnic will be wound up nt this meet- Ing. Secretary Williams Hopes ior a I large attendance. William H. Thomas, the chairman of tho picnic commit tee, will preside. Tho recent picnic was one of the most successful ytt held. MOHAWK-Y. M. C. A. GAME OFF. Owing to the Mohawk baseball team demanding too big a guarantee, tho game that was scheduled to bo play ed tomorrow afternoon between that aggregation and the local Y. M. C. A. t.nm. has been called off. Local fans were anxious to see tho leaders, of pminirv leaeue and tho nssoclation team in action. meant everyone who loves to handle a rod, gun or camera In the pursuit Water Meters Being Rapidly Installed of wild life) should not fail to be More Fire Alarm Boxes present at this meeting. Considerable street Improvement In order that the Owosso club may work wa. done in tho village of Liur be able to care for all who may at- hum last month, and tho village conn tend, It Is necessary to have notice of oil plans to do considerable during the your intention to bo there. Please I presort month. During the past month send your name and address to tho too, flfty-rflve water meters were In- socretary F. K. George, St. Joseph. I stalled and f ix new manholes put In Mich., and stato at what time you commission. It U the Intention to fjXpect to arrive In Owosso. place tho water isystein In the village W. J. Diniell, supply clerk at the Centennial mine, has relumed from a visit to Chicago. Chester Parren of Lauriuni lias gone to Green Hay, WJs., where he expects to Kpeiid the next two wooks. Mrs. F. 1.. Oshorii has returned to her home In Detroit after a two weeks visit with relatives lure. Village Clerk Martin Prlsk records 19 births and 11 deaths for the month of August. Miss F.llnor F.spcl, daughter of Prof. C. Kspcl, of the Mac rod Heart church. Laurlum, has returned from -incm-natl, where ho has been attending a conservatory of music. Mrs. F. J. Goodsole or Liurium. has returned from a visit to the lower I'art The morning session on September ,,n an up-to-date "basis as soon as pos- 0 tno Btate. ' I F vou wace earners of HcniRhton County will live soberly and carefully for the next four months you will he . able to celebrate Christ mas, FREE FROM DblH. ... . . -.wrfffer llvo frugally and pay If you win ror one pcricnco a REAL cash for what you buy. this district win e. j HOOM. such a- It never knew ; before. . lf vou will punui the above plan for five years this will Le tho'mosl prosperous community In the world. you can all be well-to-do. Here are the U rules of the Bame: SAVH SOMETHING. PAY YOUR DEBTS. BUY FOR CASH. DISCARD THE STORE BOOK. C1ET A BANK BOOK. INVEST CAREFULLY. First National Bank 4 OF CALUMET, H ..elp you achieve wea 1th. 14 will .be Informal and devoted to getting acquainted. A dinner will bo riven lii tho eveiilnsr at which all will bo guests of the Owosso club. slide. The idea was taken up more than .i year ago, and the village fath ers will not be content until the whole system has been supplied with meters. It Ij believed the meters will work a great having, not only to the village, Township Likely to Grant Petition of Jnlt j,, u, ,isers. Consumers are eharg- Farmers in Sections 1 and Z. ,.j a standard rate for tho installation Tho proposition to build a road ln0( the meters. MAY BUILD NEW ROAD. A hii was born recently to tMr. and Mrs. iMarlln Simlnich of Osceola street Iaui turn. opoph Lal-'orcs-t has returned to De Perc, Wis., where he Is attending college Calumet township, leading nor th of Centennial Heights location through Sections 1 and 2, to tap tho firming lisii'tet tbroinrh those sections, will likely bo taken up at tho next meet Ing of tho township board It was thought at one time that the village would do considerable more sidewalk building this year, but aHcr consideration, it was decided to leave this work until next year. In an effort to provide better fire These distinctive features of our goods have made this store headquarters for music lovers all over Houghton County. Onr pianos ure all made in our own factories and are the hest that money and brains can produce. We never cut down expense by making our oods cheap er. Our line consists of the famous MASON & HAMLIN CONOVER CABLE KINGSBURY and WELLINGTON Pianos and the Wonderful INNER-PLAYER Piano. In cur .-mall good department we have tho Victor Talking Ma chined In all styles and a complete stock -f records. Every record is kept in an individual, heavy envelope which insures its protection from scretching. Our line of Violins, Ouitars. Banjos, Mandolins, Accordeons, Mouth Organ-, together with ull small goods furnishings such as bows, strings, rosin, bridges, etc. are of tho very best and -old at the lowest possible prices. New Pianos rented at $4.00 per month. A year's rental applied on purchase if you . wish to buy- The Cable Piano Co. 1 15 5th St. Phone 420 R. W. Wilson. Mgr. It will be remembered th ta potl- U)rotcttlon f(,r lho village of Laurlum, nilstakes were reported. mx was presented the board ..emme tno COUncll has appointed a commit- "Poer .In one of tno proem- lion tlmo ago from farmers residing m I too consisting of Oust I'reuss, chief that section and offering, lf a favor- nf jjie fjrc department, and John Ktet able decision was reached to lulld the I lcr plumbing and sewer Inspector, road, to do the work themselves, the to mako a thorough Investigation of same to bo paid for as day labor. The -0 town and to recommend euch board decided to table tho matter at I changes as aro deemed necessary. lie the time. At tho last meeting of tho cause of the rapid growth of tho vll board tho question was again revived, jag0 during the last few years It Is end after deliberation the board fejt tnnt additional fire alarm boxes thought that the work could best bo Uhould bo Installed and other changes done by the township. I provided for. It will bo necessary to Thl" morning a deputation of farm- jny about one mile of pond water pipe ers from that district appeared In tho before a continuous circuit Is pro town.'hln cbrk's office, asking whatlvlded and whllo tho council cannot (MsiMsltlon had been made of their pe-I wcu undertake this work this year, iiiiim. Tho deputation was informed ,,1,1 ns will probably bo perfected so that the, .board would tike the matter that It may bo taken up early next un ut the next meeting, it is DeiievtHi season. When these improvements tho work will bo started this fall, ami arc brought about it Is thought that ruhed to completion. Insuranco rates will bo decreased nnd The township hoard has done con- I the danger of bad fires will be great sldeni-blo road work this summer. It ly lessened, Is now rushing work on the road from Section 1C to Hear Lake, to connect NO. M DELEGATES. with the Hancock township road. The correct list of precinct delegates SIGNED NAME TO BALLOT Although tho election Inspector in faluniet ussert there were no great er, number of ballots thrown out nt the recent primary election than nt a general election, a number of nmus- Tho in- lnets of Red Jacket stated art-r the election, that ono of tho ballots cast bore no other mark than tho signature of the elect or, he having evidently been puzzled and unable to choose between the large number of go.l men available. Several ballots contained no mark other than a single cross In the square opposite the namo of the first candid oto tho voters evidently thinking they had voted for a straight ticket. m a. . Q&YiKtr (Sato- S H A V I N G Soaps Powders Creams Lotions Brushes Mugs AT Metropolitan Pharmacy rJJC Repetnion Forbidden. Tomorrow never comes; neither does yesterday. Lubricating Notes. Sometimes the word corker Is a mis nnmor: the word "un corker" would be more appropriate. An Oklahoma traction company has t the republican county . convention adopted a pay-as-you-enter car t- from precinct No. 11, is as follows: W. dispenses With a conductor, passen- j. Reynolds. Johnson Vivian, I gers entering and leaving by the front glannard. J. Ilruce Paton, John Sus- Slow Progress In China. Even In Honan city, distant onlj two days by rail from Peking, lump silver. the samo cumbrous currency that has been used for centuries. Is still era ployed. platform under the eye of the motor man. -I-G-N- MADE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Chicago Decorating Co PHONE NORTH 337 terlch. David Armlt and Charles Webb. Mathew A. Thometx and John I). t'uddlhy were named delegates to the democratic convention an! W. J. Tou pln and Ol It. Norum delegates to the socialist county convention. The Wleder Harness company, which recently secured the agency for the Cadillac auto, has received a 1911 j model car for demonstrating pur : poses. Lived In One House 94 Years. In the village of Statbe (Somerset) on the banks of tbe River Parrel t, re sides William riroome, who has lived the whole of his life nlnely f our years In the same cottage. The house is his own property. Krootno baa al ways enjoyed good health. Is still very active and has never tasted medicine. He Is a great-grandfather, grandfather and father, but only nix of bis descen datns are living. London Evening Standard. Good Artificial Marb'e. They aro now making artificial mar ble with much success In Sicily. The manufactory Is In the 6hndow of Mount Etna and thoro common blocks of sandstone are put In a tank con taining volcanic asphalt and coal tar and boiled for 36 hours. Tho stones pro then taken out and polished and It Is said that It takes an expert to tell them from black marble. The Cost of a Soul. A recent query sent out as to the cost of saving a soul In Chicago brought some Interesting answers. It was found that tho Mormons figured on spending $l,r00 for every person converted, whereas the Volunteers of America set the cost as low as $5. Theso wero the highest and lowest prices named. Educational . Discipline. Most persons will find difficulties and hardships enough without seeking them; let them not repine, but take them as a part of that educational dis cipline necessary to fit tho mind to arrive at Its highest good. Charles Uray. 1 Few Knew Great Author. i Thackeray's literary work did not, help him much when he sought to enter the house cf commons. The Hev. Frederick Moyrlck In his "Momo riea of Oxford" SfMls of a dinner given when ho stood as a Liberal for that city: "I remarked to him that his must be a special experience, as he was known by fame to most of those whoso votes he canvassed. 'Now,' ho eald, laying down his knife and .fork and holding up a finger, 'thero was enly ono man among ull that I went to seo who had heard my name before, and he was a circulating libriarlan. Bach Is mortal fame.'" That was In 1HS7. ten years after the publication of "Vanity Fair." London Chronicle. A Toast to Happiness. Here's to happiness, the fountain of life, the builder of tlfsue; It never fails to dispel ihe blues; for It's tho antidote to vapors of melancholia; It's tho sun's rays piercing the cloud of darl:ness, the message of love of life, health and contentment; In Its ab sence nothing can thrive; It's tho soul-' Tuntn tliA iimhiil nt u. rlanr rnn. science. Not In Webster's Dictionary. A clrl. when asked how beef ten He Made a Hit. -a ninkly "My gracious, old man. yon . . trnrt ftrw1 lh. rMona are til banged up." Cranklelgh-'-iou I thp ,(J... ftn(i a crnd gave .Cay. have hit if ninkly "V hat did you I nnn fnt,, nn. i.mi, in" do-dlsputo the right of way with an f , tQ .WnM afe warmth.projllc,njr automobile! ''Crankklgh-' No Took I fooJs?.. nt ,t WM ft boyf who wa3 a drop too much " "laWey- 1 j n,ked what "celerity" was, and who. dldn t know you drank " Crankleigh-1 f mm rxnorrncc doflno(, ,t ..ome. I dont Th drop I took was ora hot g dQwn an aeroplane 20 feet from the ground. I